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George Goicoechea, Claude Mialhe, John Hudson, Andrew H Cragg, Michael D Dake: System for delivering a prosthesis. Boston Scientific Technology, Ratner and Prestia PC, October 16, 2001: US06302906 (495 worldwide citation)

An introducer for delivering into the vasculature a straight or bifurcated stent or prosthesis; a method for delivering into the vasculature a straight or bifurcated stent or prosthesis; a method of treating and angeological disease using a bifurcated stent; an endoluminal stent having perpendicular ...


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George Goicoechea, John Hudson, Claude Mialhe: Bifurcated endoluminal prosthesis. Boston Scientific Technology, Ratner & Prestia, September 1, 1998: US05800508 (427 worldwide citation)

An introducer for delivering into the vasculature a straight or bifurcated stent or prosthesis; a method for delivering into the vasculature a straight or bifurcated stent or prosthesis; a method of treating and angeological disease using a bifurcated stent; an endoluminal stent having perpendicular ...


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George Goicoechea: Self-expanding endoluminal prosthesis. Boston Scientific Technology, Ratner & Prestia, January 4, 2000: US06010530 (358 worldwide citation)

An endovascular prosthesis formed of a support member with or without a continuous skin totally encapsulating the support member. The skin can include drugs or other leaching agents, or radiopaque material. A portion of the prosthesis can be tapered to fit within a tapered artery. The prosthesis is ...


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Andrew H Cragg: Intraluminal stent. Boston Scientific Technology, Ratner & Prestia, September 9, 1997: US05665115 (334 worldwide citation)

A intraluminal stent and graft includes a stent made of a continuous helix of zig-zag wire and loops which connect adjacent apices of the wire. The stent is compressible and self-expandable substantially to a pre-compressed configuration. The device also includes a graft secured to the stent and mad ...


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Theodore V Benderev, Neil H Naves, Mark J Legome, Sheila Wallin: Bone anchor implantation device. Boston Scientific Technology, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 16, 1998: US05766221 (300 worldwide citation)

Bone anchor implantation devices for use in the surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence are disclosed. Methods for positioning a bone anchor implantation device over a bone and for installing a bone anchor in a bone are also disclosed.


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Theodore V Benderev, Neil H Naves, Mark J Legome: Bladder neck suspension procedure. Boston Scientific Technology, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 19, 1999: US05860425 (289 worldwide citation)

The surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence is disclosed. The disclosed methods include: 1) a technique of probe passage to avoid injuring the bladder and to provide a more accurate and reproducible capture of the pubocervical fascia lateral to the bladder neck and urethra, 2) anchor fixat ...


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Theodore V Benderev, Neil H Naves, Mark J Legome: Method of tensioning a suspended tissue mass. Boston Scientific Technology, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 17, 1998: US05836315 (257 worldwide citation)

The surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence is described. The methods include: 1) a technique of probe passage to avoid injuring the bladder and to provide a more accurate and reproducible capture of the pubocervical fascia lateral to the bladder neck and urethra, 2) anchor fixation of the ...


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George Goicoechea, Claude Mialhe, John Hudson, Andrew H Cragg, Michael D Dake: Bifurcated endoluminal prosthesis. Boston Scientific Technology, Ratner & Prestia, April 18, 2000: US06051020 (250 worldwide citation)

An introducer for delivering into the vasculature a straight or bifurcated stent or prosthesis; a method for delivering into the vasculature a straight or bifurcated stent or prosthesis; a method of treating and angeological disease using a bifurcated stent; an endoluminal stent having perpendicular ...


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Theodore V Benderev, Neil H Naves, Mark J Legome: Method of securing a bone anchor. Boston Scientific Technology, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, December 1, 1998: US05842478 (244 worldwide citation)

The surgical treatment of stress urinary incontinence is described. The methods include: 1) a technique of probe passage to avoid injuring the bladder and to provide a more accurate and reproducible capture of the pubocervical fascia lateral to the bladder neck and urethra, 2) anchor fixation of the ...